NEO Global Capital (NGC) will be holding its first meetup in Boston, Massachusetts on September 15th. NGC is a Singapore-based for-profit licensed fund management company that was funded by the NEO Foundation. NGC “strives to become one of the best investment platforms in the crypto industry”, whilst also “strategically leveraging and amplifying the NEO ecosystem to create lasting competitive advantages.”

The event will be held at the W Boston Hotel from 12:30pm until 5:00pm, and will feature speakers from blockchain projects that have received investment from NGC. Founding member of NGC, Tony Gu, will give a talk on the organisation’s perspective on distributed identity, whilst panel discussions will be held on the topics of “Future of Security Tokens and Exchanges” and ” VC Fund Investment in Asia and the US.”

Projects will also have a chance to present their products through two “roadshow” sessions, with the second session spanning two rooms.

NGC have stated that the event “provides a unique opportunity for you to connect with top Asian/US funds, influencers, hackers and researchers in the world.”

The event is free to attend, but limited seats are available. Registration for attendance can be made at the below link:

The schedule can be seen below:

12:30pm –  Doors open

13:00 – Welcoming speech

13:05 – Keynote Speech: NGC’s Perspective on “Distributed Identity”

Tony Gu, Partner of NEO Global Capital

13:20 – Panel Discussion: Future of Security Tokens and Exchanges

Kendrick Nguyen – CEO & co-founder of Republic
Emre Okay – CEO of RenGen Labs
Berk Ozdogan – CSO of RenGenX
Lior Abehassera – Head of IR, Leaseum Partners

14:05 – Roadshow

14:05 – Top Network – Steve Wei, CEO
14:20 – Trias – Anyang Ruan, founder and CEO
14:35 – Algorand – Yossi Gilad, CTO

14:50 – Tea Break

15:15 – Panel Discussion: VC Fund Investment in Asia and the US

Paul Brodsky – Partner of Pantera Capital
Mike Chen – Founder/CEO of Block72, founding partner of GBIC
Pelli Wang – Head of partnership, ConsenSys, Token Foundry

16:00 – Roadshow

Room 1
16:00 – MultiVAC – Shawn Ying, CTO
16:15 – Certik – Daryl Hok, CSO
16:30 – Marconi – Chris Lee, Product Lead
16:45 – ANKR – Ryan Fang, COO

Room 2
16:00 – Laya One – Kuo Wang, CEO
16:15 – Origo – Baron Gong, CEO
16:30 – Magic Cube – Andrew Bakst, COO

16:30 – 17:00 – Networking